Acta Oeconomica 44. (1992)

1992 / 1-2. szám

ACTA OECONOMICA PERIODICAL OF THE HUNGARIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES Editor: Tamás Földi Editorial office: H-1112 Budapest, Budaörsi út 45. Hungary H-1502 Budapest, P.O.B. 262 Published in two volumes a year. Orders can be placed with Akadémiai Kiadó (H-1519 Budapest, P.O.Box 245). CONTENTS T. ERDŐS: The Chances of Economic Revival ................................................................................. 1 A . KÖVES: Shock-Therapy Versus Gradual Change: Economic Problems and Policies in Central and Eastern Europe (1989-1991) .................................................................................... 13 J. M. KOVÁCS: Engineers of the Transition (Interventionist Temptations in Eastern European Economic Thought) ........................................................................................................... 37 Z. SPÉDER-É. VÁRHEGYI: On the Eve of the Second Bank Reform................................. 53 E . VOSZKA: Not Even the Contrary is True: The Transfigurations of Centralization and Decentralization.............................................................................................................................................. 77 I. FERTÖ-P. JUHÁSZ-K. MOHÁCSI: Characteristics and Crisis Symptoms of the Hun­garian Agricultural System ........................................................................................................................ 95 P. J. J. WELMENS: German Unification and Systemic Transition: Towards a New German Economic Miracle? ....................................................................................................................................... 115 A. SIMONOVITS: Indexed Mortgages and Expectations: Mathematical Analysis and Simulation ........................................................................................................................................................ 141 M. LACKÓ: The Extent of the Illegal Economy in Hungary between 1970 and 1989— a Monetary Model ....................................................................................................................................... 161 REVIEWS E. HANN-M. LAKI: The Hungarian Public on the Advance of Private Economy............ 191 J . KISDI-R. KULCSÁR: The Economic Élite in Hungary Over the Last Decade ............. 201 BOOK REVIEWS L. CSABA (ed): Systemic Change and Stabilization in Eastern Europe (A. Valentinyi) 211 A. KÖVES-P. MARER (eds): Foreign Economic Liberalization, Transformations in So­cialist and Market Economies (5. Richter) ....................................................................................... 215 J. WILLIAMSON: The Economic Opening of Eastern Europe (L. Csaba) ........................... 217 B OOKS RECEIVED Acknowledgement: The Joint Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the Soros Foundation, the Hungarian Economic Society, the Institute for Economic and Market Research and Informatics and the Institute of Economics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences have contributed to covering the expenses of this issue. ©Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest

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